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Governance

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In 1972, the leaders of Guyana, Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago put themselves and their countries at risk for a principle in which they believed

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A reintroduction of bilateral relations between the US and Cuba will only go so far if the Cuban government does not push for a more free, civil society

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The US and Cuba have swapped prisoners in what appears to be the first move in radically overhauling diplomatic relations

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According to Transparency International, Barbados has the lowest perceived levels of public sector corruption in the Caribbean region… but the index itself is not without its faults

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Witnesses recount the cold-blooded killing of two men by police officers during the Tivoli Commission of Enquiry in Jamaica

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More than 500 witnesses will give accounts of the events that led to 70 deaths during a 2010 state of emergency in Tivoli Gardens, in a commission of enquiry already marred by distrust

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A taxpayer funded trust that gives access to low-cost mortgages has purchased a failing tourist attraction for millions of dollars, while some Jamaicans fail to qualify for trust financing

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CariFLAGS, a regional LGBT organisation, has called on Prime Minister Stuart to clarify his government’s human rights position towards gays, following comments by one of Stuart’s cabinet ministers

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Small island states are hoping that the Lima Climate Conference will lay the groundwork for a legally-binding agreement on emissions in 2015, but will it?

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With some indecisiveness within CARICOM on its pick for a new Secretary-General and Britain’s push for its own nationals to hold the position, the organisation’s relevance to developing countries is called into question

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